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9 settembre 2005

Azzerata la crescita della movimentazione di container pieni nel porto di Hong Kong

Nel primo semestre è aumentata solo la movimentazione di container vuoti

Nel primo semestre di quest'anno il porto di Hong Kong ha registrato una movimentazione dei container pari a 10.710.000 teu, con una progressione dell'1% rispetto allo stesso periodo del 2004. I dati finali sul traffico totalizzato dallo scalo asiatico nella prima metà del 2005 sono stati resi noti oggi dal Census and Statistics Department di Hong Kong. La prima stima dell'Hong Kong Port Development Council sul traffico dei container realizzato nel primo semestre di quest'anno mostrava un volume movimentato lievemente superiore (inforMARE del 15 luglio 2005).

Da rilevare come la movimentazione di container pieni sia rimasta la medesima del primo semestre 2004; l'aumento complessivo del traffico containerizzato è stato determinato dall'incremento del 5% della movimentazione di container vuoti.

Nel primo semestre del 2005 il porto di Hong Kong ha movimentato complessivamente 111,9 milioni di tonnellate di merci, in crescita dell'1% rispetto alla prima metà dello scorso anno.

 

Port of Hong Kong
Statistics on Vessels, Port Cargo and Containers
for 2nd Quarter 2005
(Source: Census and Statistics Department)

Summary of port cargo statistics

   

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2nd qtr 2005

2nd qtr 2004

Jan-Jun 2005

Jan-Jun 2004

 

(Mn. tonnes)

(%)

(Mn. tonnes)

(%)

         

Port total

58.3

+5

111.9

+1

Inward

35.7

+3

69.2

+1

Imports

21.6

+2

42.0

-2

Inward transhipment

14.2

+6

27.3

+5

Outward

22.6

+9

42.7

+1

Exports(1)

9.2

+7

17.1

-2

Outward transhipment

13.4

+11

25.6

+4

         

Seaborne(2)

41.1

+2

79.1

-1

Inward

27.1

0

52.8

-2

Imports

16.6

-3

32.5

-6

Inward transhipment

10.5

+6

20.3

+5

Outward

14.0

+6

26.3

+1

Exports(1)

5.5

-9

10.3

-10

Outward transhipment

8.5

+18

16.0

+11

         

River(2)

17.2

+15

32.8

+6

Inward

8.6

+15

16.4

+11

Imports

4.9

+23

9.5

+14

Inward transhipment

3.6

+5

6.9

+6

Outward

8.6

+14

16.4

+1

Exports(1)

3.7

+42

6.8

+13

Outward transhipment

4.9

-1

9.6

-6

 

Main countries/territories of loading of inward port cargo(1)

   

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Country/territory of loading

2nd qtr 2005

2nd qtr 2004

Jan-Jun 2005

Jan-Jun 2004

 

('000 tonnes)

(%)

('000 tonnes)

(%)

         

The mainland of China

12445

+13

23432

+10

Seaborne(2)

3887

+7

7082

+7

River(2)

8558

+15

16351

+11

Singapore

3604

+31

7566

+25

Taiwan

3135

-8

6081

-14

Indonesia

3300

+37

5911

+35

Japan

2482

-1

4914

-2

United States of America

1957

+9

3900

+3

Republic of Korea

1805

-26

3356

-32

Thailand

1155

-2

2351

+1

Malaysia

731

-35

1609

-26

Australia

418

-53

827

'49

 

Main countries/territories of discharge of outward port cargo(1)

   

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Country/territory of discharge

2nd qtr 2005

2nd qtr 2004

Jan-Jun 2005

Jan-Jun 2004

 

('000 tonnes)

(%)

('000 tonnes)

(%)

         

The mainland of China

10047

+10

19219

-3

Seaborne(2)

1857

+3

3570

-12

River(2)

8190

+12

15649

0

United States of America

2784

-4

5285

-2

Taiwan

1258

+49

2073

+14

Japan

707

+20

1522

+19

Thailand

487

+72

934

+42

Vietnam

429

+50

812

+23

Macao

420

+98

756

+50

Germany

383

-2

740

-8

Singapore

369

+13

689

+10

Philippines

359

+31

656

+14

 

Principal commodities of inward port cargo(1)

   

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Commodity group

2nd qtr 2005

2nd qtr 2004

Jan-Jun 2005

Jan-Jun 2004

 

('000 tonnes)

(%)

('000 tonnes)

(%)

         

Port total

       

Petroleum, petroleum products and related materials

3808

+1

8393

+4

Artificial resins and plastic materials

3873

+5

7460

-2

Coal, coke and briquettes

2991

+12

5220

+14

Iron and steel

2718

+13

5015

-7

Stone, sand and gravel

2666

+40

4981

+14

Machinery

2130

-6

4074

-2

Pulp and waste paper

961

+48

2093

+51

Metalliferous ores and metal scrap

1210

+3

2066

-11

Paper and paper products

1032

-20

1983

-21

Bricks, ceramic tile and refractory construction materials

1015

+21

1937

+25

         

Seaborne(2)

       

Petroleum, petroleum products and related materials

3724

+1

8240

+3

Artificial resins and plastic materials

3679

+4

7090

-3

Coal, coke and briquettes

2991

+12

5220

+14

Iron and steel

2477

+8

4549

-12

Machinery

1174

-11

2220

'7

         

River(2)

       

Stone, sand and gravel

2367

+40

4384

+11

Machinery

955

+2

1854

+5

Bricks, ceramic tile and refractory construction materials

860

+22

1642

+29

Tools, cutlery, metal household ware and manufactures

314

'2

641

+1

Cement and concrete structure, building blocks and mineral manufactures

287

+105

570

+86

 

Principal commodities of outward port cargo(1)

   

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Commodity group

2nd qtr 2005

2nd qtr 2004

Jan-Jun 2005

Jan-Jun 2004

 

('000 tonnes)

(%)

('000 tonnes)

(%)

         

Port total

       

Machinery

2478

-3

4673

-4

Iron and steel

2023

+29

3934

+6

Artificial resins and plastic materials

1894

+10

3718

+1

Pulp and waste paper

1165

+39

2563

+42

Metalliferous ores and metal scrap

1356

+35

2254

-2

Bricks, ceramic tile and refractory construction materials

683

+19

1163

+11

Paper and paper products

586

-16

1133

-17

Tools, cutlery, metal household ware and manufactures

569

'1

1083

+7

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories

536

+10

1024

+11

Textile yarn, fabrics, made-up articles and related products

522

'1

949

'7

         

Seaborne(2)

       

Machinery

2190

-5

4145

-5

Bricks, ceramic tile and refractory construction materials

642

+21

1104

+13

Articles of apparel and clothing accessories

524

+10

1006

+12

Tools, cutlery, metal household ware and manufactures

508

'3

992

+9

Artificial resins and plastic materials

475

+8

958

'2

         

River(2)

       

Iron and steel

1683

+36

3271

+10

Artificial resins and plastic materials

1418

+11

2760

+2

Pulp and waste paper

965

+44

2110

+48

Metalliferous ores and metal scrap

891

+39

1470

+4

Paper and paper products

447

-18

854

-21

 

Summary of container statistics

   

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2nd qtr 2005

2nd qtr 2004

Jan-Jun 2005

Jan-Jun 2004

 

('000 TEUs@)

(%)

('000 TEUs@)

(%)

         

Port total

5577

+3

10710

+1

Laden containers

4570

+5

8761

0

Inward

2232

+5

4313

+2

Imports

913

-5

1786

-6

Inward transhipment

1319

+13

2527

+9

Outward

2338

+4

4448

-2

Exports(1)

1116

-2

2093

-6

Outward transhipment

1222

+11

2355

+2

Empty containers

1007

-3

1949

+5

Inward

613

-6

1194

+4

Outward

395

+2

755

+6

         

Seaborne(2)

3838

+2

7383

-1

Laden containers

3375

+1

6471

-2

Inward

1572

+4

3029

0

Imports

670

-6

1299

-9

Inward transhipment

902

+13

1730

+9

Outward

1803

-1

3442

-4

Exports(1)

909

-12

1724

-12

Outward transhipment

894

+13

1717

+5

Empty containers

464

+9

913

+12

Inward

388

+10

755

+15

Outward

76

+4

157

'1

         

River(2)

1739

+6

3326

+5

Laden containers

1195

+16

2290

+7

Inward

660

+8

1284

+7

Imports

243

0

487

+4

Inward transhipment

418

+13

797

+9

Outward

535

+27

1007

+8

Exports(1)

207

+86

369

+38

Outward transhipment

328

+6

638

-5

Empty containers

543

-11

1036

0

Inward

225

-24

439

-10

Outward

319

+1

597

+8

 

Summary of vessel arrivals

   

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2nd qtr 2005

2nd qtr 2004

Jan-Jun 2005

Jan-Jun 2004

   

(%)

 

(%)

         

Ocean

       

Number of incoming vessels(3)

9840

+12

18970

+7

Capacity (Mn. NRT#)

81.3

+6

157.3

+2

         

River

       

Number of incoming vessels(3)

47890

+1

93420

0

Capacity (Mn. NRT#)

25.0

+8

47.9

+7

 

Notes:

Figures may not add up to the respective totals due to rounding.

(1)

Exports comprise domestic exports and re-exports.

(2)

Seaborne refers to transport by vessels operating beyond the river trade limits, while river refers to transport by vessels operating exclusively within the river trade limits. The river trade limits mean the waters in the vicinity of Hong Kong which broadly include the Pearl River, Mirs Bay and Macao, and other inland waterways in Guangdong and Guangxi which are accessible from waters in the vicinity of Hong Kong.

(3)

The number of vessels is rounded to the nearest 10.

'0'

denotes increase or decrease of less than 0.5%.

@

TEU stands for twenty-foot equivalent unit which is a unit measure in capacity terms for different sizes of containers for moving the cargo. One TEU is equivalent to the capacity of one 20'x8'x8' container.

#

Net registered ton (NRT) is a unit measure in volume terms of the space of a vessel available for carrying passengers or goods. One NRT is equivalent to 100 cubic feet.




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